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   csmath has kibitzed 8234 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-17 Borislav Ivanov (replies)
csmath: Looks like Borislav will have plenty of time for his chess hobby now. Forging diplomas and driver's licences was his real job, chess was just a passion. :-)
   Dec-01-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
csmath: The best player in the world is still the world champion so that is about the right thing to happen.
   Apr-20-16 A Giri vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2016 (replies)
csmath: MVL has Giri's number.
   Mar-27-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
csmath: <What opening will Fab play needing to win with Black? Anyone have a guess?> It will be either Sicilian or Ruy Lopez. But Karjakin could try to avoid e4 altogether which would be probably more interesting anyway, in my view.
   Jan-22-16 Carlsen vs Tomashevsky, 2016 (replies)
csmath: Clean game, Tomashevsky self-destructs. Typical positional win.
   Sep-28-15 World Cup (2015) (replies)
csmath: It is great That Peter is again in the Candidates. Unlike many younger players he actually brings something to chess concepts and theoretical discourse. In the past chess always had leading practical theorists who would never become champions. Not a bad role to be in.
   Nov-23-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
csmath: It is not precise to say that Anand has no killer instinct. I think differently. I think he has a killer instinct and he displays that often BUT he lack a pitbull jaw. :-) Meaning there are times he releases grip and allows opponents to escape or let his advantage escapes. Sort of ...
   Nov-21-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
csmath: You can move faster when you play some no name player but you do not move fast when you play for WC against Magnus. That would yield no good. Going for a draw in a complex position when you have no much time left is a responsible decision.
   Nov-16-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
csmath: One of the serious problems of Anand, even when he is in the best form is his often inability to keep determination. Many times his game slips easily. There is some complex emotionality in his game and although he is a magnificent player he also often just gives up.
   Nov-09-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
csmath: <Note that if White plays the rook back to f1 Black ends up gaining a tempo and if 7.Re2 the rook looks awkward on this square.> It is not gaining a tempo as black knight will have to return as well.
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